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Brand New Polymaker Polysher and Polysmooth Available

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Unsure if this is the right section...

http://www.polymaker.com/shop/polysmoothpolysher/

I have a spare Polysher and Polysmooth rolls (all brand new) if anyone is interested in it. I purchased two and a lot of extra rolls w/o realizing it. So... brand new extra machine for anyone that wants it.

I would suggest buyers only in the US because the box is of a decent size so shipping would probably be in the $50 range (i'll only charge what shipping actually cost, USPS, FEDEX and UPS options). But i don't mind shipping intentionally.

I have used one with one of our Ultimaker 3 and it works great. Very smooth results.

For the Polysher (Brand New) + 750g Polysmooth Jet Black (Brand New) + 5x Polysmooth 45g Color Samples (Brand New) Price would be $250 + shipping.

Total value is $350 + shipping if you order one from their website.

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